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We learn love, unity, brotherhood from Arbaeen Walk: Pakistani pilgrim

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The Pakistani pilgrim stated, “From all ethnicities and religions, the lovers of Imam Hussain Ibn Ali (a.s.) participate in the Arbaeen Walk. Imam Hussain (a.s.) is not only for Shiites. Rather, he is the Mawla and Imam of all. Therefore, from the Arbaeen Walk, we learn love, unity, and brotherhood.”

 

The Pakistani pilgrim stated, “From all ethnicities and religions, the lovers of Imam Hussain Ibn Ali (a.s.) participate in the Arbaeen Walk. Imam Hussain (a.s.) is not only for Shiites. Rather, he is the Mawla and Imam of all. Therefore, from the Arbaeen Walk, we learn love, unity, and brotherhood.”

 

In an interview with "ABNA News Agency" correspondent, the Arbaeen pilgrim from Karachi, Pakistan, on the way from Najaf to Karbala, said, “This journey is a journey of love and consciousness, the beginning of which is Arbaeen and the end of which is the Advent of Imam Mahdi (a.s.).”

 

“It was my love for Imam Hussain Ibn Ali (a.s.) that brought me here,” said Nasser Abbas, describing the reason for participating in the Arbaeen Walk as love for Imam Hussain (a.s.).

 

“I came here and I feel proud. I am proud to be in the flood of pilgrims. I came here to seek guidance in this way, and God willing, I will be guided,” he said, expressing his feelings on participating in the Arbaeen Million March.

 

“With his uprising, Imam Hussain (a.s.) revived his grandfather’s religion until the Day of Judgment, and if it were not for the Ashura uprising, Islam would have been destroyed,” said the Pakistani pilgrim, explaining the purpose of the Karbala uprising.

 

From all ethnicities and religions, the lovers of Imam Hussain Ibn Ali (a.s.) participate in the Arbaeen Walk. Imam Hussain (a.s.) is not only for Shiites. Rather, he is the Mawla and Imam of all. Therefore, from the Arbaeen Walk, we learn love, unity and brotherhood,” he said about the lessons of Arbaeen.

 

“Love and affection for Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h) and his grandson Imam Hussain (a.s.) is the duty of all Muslims,” Nasser Abbas said on the responsibility of Muslims in the contemporary era.

 

“About 500 to 600 Pakistanis participate in this pilgrimage. They had no problem getting a visa, and there were no obstacles from the Pakistani government,” he concluded, referring to the number of Pakistani pilgrims in the Arbaeen Walk.

 

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